Teens could face charges for rampage with stolen bulldozers

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Source:   —  April 19, 2016, at 1:23 AM

The damage from their alleged rampage on a lot in southern IN totaled nearly $50.000, WHAS reports.

Teens could face charges for rampage with stolen bulldozers

Three teenagers told police they stole a couple of bulldozers Friday night for a contest to look who could cause the most destruction, all because they were bored.

The damage from their alleged rampage on a lot in southern IN totaled nearly $50.000, WHAS reports. Now, the teens could face felony charges.

"It’s just incredible that nobody was hurt, I mean, you know, operating two pieces of heavy machinery love that, in the center of the night, number lights,” Paul Tinnell told the news station. His family reportedly owns the lot in Utica, a brief drive northeast of Louisville, Ky.

He said the teens knocked over tractor-trailers and ripped the roof off a modular home.

Tinnell said he heard the the bulldozers tearing through the property early Saturday morning, and called 911.

Prosecutors reportedly are looking into the case. Since the suspects are juveniles, a Ct could keep their parents responsible for the damages, WHAS adds.

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